(navigation image)
Home Animation & Cartoons | Arts & Music | Community Video | Computers & Technology | Cultural & Academic Films | Ephemeral Films | Movies | News & Public Affairs | Prelinger Archives | Spirituality & Religion | Sports Videos | Television | Videogame Videos | Vlogs | Youth Media
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload

View movie

item imageitem imageitem imageitem image

View thumbnails
Run time: 01:22

Play / Download (help[help])

(5.7 M)512Kb MPEG4
(6.4 M)Ogg Video
(27.4 M)MPEG1


All Files: HTTPS
[Public Domain]

Resources

Bookmark

Classic Commercial: Remington Rand & Stopette (21 Feb 1954) (1954)

something has gone horribly wrong 8-p
Prefer flash? · Embed · Questions/Feedback?

A Classic Commercial for Remington Rand shavers, and Stopette. Aired 21 Feb 1954.



This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV Commercials

Audio/Visual: Sound, Black and White
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 1950's; 50s; 50's; Fifties; Commercial; Commercials; Advertising;

Creative Commons license: Public Domain


Individual Files

Movie Files Animated GIF MPEG1 Ogg Video Thumbnail 512Kb MPEG4
RemingtonRandWMLStopette.mpg 181.2 KB 
27.4 MB 
6.4 MB 
6.8 KB 
5.7 MB 
Information FormatSize
RemingtonRandWMLStopette_files.xml Metadata [file] 
RemingtonRandWMLStopette_meta.xml Metadata 1.0 KB 
RemingtonRandWMLStopette_reviews.xml Metadata 1.4 KB 

Write a review
Downloaded 806 times
Reviews
Average Rating: 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: Seto-Kaiba_Is_Stupid - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - June 13, 2009
Subject: Tooting My Own Horn
I really shouldn't be reviewing my own items, but hey, so many other people do it on this website, that I should be allowed too.

In this short piece of footage, we start with a commercial for Remington Rand shavers, noting it's trade-in allowence, apparently twice as much as competing brands. Following this is a reminder to tune in next week for the program, and to check local listings for time and date. This itself is followed by a commercial for Stopette, which despite being a deodorant, had a few years earlier been involved in a minor controversy about the political views of one of the programs panalists (who was sadly fired by a reluctant Mark Goodson, who personally didn't want to fire him but was forced by corporate pressure). This commercial promotes a free-give away offer Stopette had at the time.

These two commercials are an interesting item of 1950's advertising. Amazingly, I found them on a budget DVD of a public domain TV program (which of course I have uploaded in it's entirety).


Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)